Airport Commuter San Diego provides limousine service to San Diego's main airport, San Diego-Lindbergh Field International Airport (SAN). San Diego International Airport is 3 miles northwest of downtown San Diego and has three terminals: the Commuter Terminal, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. You can check flight status online here, by airline. Your limo can pick you up outside any terminal, and the complimentary Red Bus also runs between terminals every ten minutes. For customer assistance at the airport you may go to the blue umbrella outside and across the street from each terminal. For customer service information for San Diego International Airport please email [email protected] 619-400-2400.
The San Diego Convention Center (West Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 :: 619.525.5000) is located a convenient 5 minute ride from the airport on the harbor in downtown San Diego. San Diego is home to many biotech companies, national defense, tourism companies and attractions, and wireless cellular technology. San Diego's port is the only major west-coast shipyard. The following corporations are just a few of the companies headquartered in San Diego: Qualcomm Incorporated, Sony Electronics, Maxwell Technologies, Citysearch, General Atomics, Callaway Golf Company, SANYO Electric Company, Ltd. (U.S. Headquarters) and The Home Depot Supply.
Before booking a limousine with a particular company in San Diego, you can call the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) at 800.877.8867, to get the company's PUC permit status and number, insurance number, and to check if there are any filed complaints against the limo service. All passenger vehicles in California must provide financial responsibility, safety information, proof of liability insurance, and California Highway Patrol safety inspection to the CPUC in order to receive permits or certificates. For general information, also see our list of federally regulated minimum requirements for limousine operators, to understand national laws regarding your safety as a limousine passenger.
Whatever San Diego limo company you book with, be sure to find out up front about all charges related to your limousine service. Tolls, airport fees, regulatory fees, travel time, holiday surcharges, fuel surcharges, and courtesy cell phone usage charges are all common, but these fees should be clearly stated up front, and must of course apply to you if you are going to pay them. By asking up front, you can avoid companies who charge hidden fees not included in the quoted rate, or attempt to tack on vague extra charges at the end of your service.